This saying is not a new one, you might have heard your grandmother or even mother say it. You probably just shook your head, chuckled and walked away, never giving another thought! Believe it or not, there is true wisdom in those words.
The holidays have passed and I guess that I should give in and change the Christmas sock on my prosthesis for one a little less festive…
The moral of the story, from now on I will include information on the hotels, restaurants, parks or where ever else we go, to let you know how handicap friendly they are and what you will need to know before you go, to make your trip a little more pleasant! Let’s learn together and have fun along the way!
Wild Florida receives a 5-star rating for handicap accessibility! All of the walkways are paved, and I could access every activity without a problem! Wild Florida, is well done, clean, beautiful and highly recommended by this traveler.
If you are in Florida, and looking for something out of the ordinary to do, perhaps you might enjoy a stop at Wild Florida!
Let me share with you the most important thing I have discovered… where ever you go, whatever you see, share it with others! Don’t be afraid to stop and smell the roses, to share a smile with a stranger, a meal with friends and build memories together that will last a lifetime!
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